I’ve always been fascinated by loons. With their unmistakable call and feather pattern and haunting red eyes, they no doubt are an icon of the Adirondack wilderness. While out for an early autumn paddle, we watched two loons repeatedly dive and rise as they often do, when we noticed that one of them seemed toContinue reading “Photo of the Week”
his article along with others written by me can be found at EMS. The Adirondack town of Inlet, New York resides on the east end of Fourth Lake, which is part of the Fulton Chain of Lakes. This ideal location makes Inlet a perfect base for hiking and paddling adventures, and the town itself punchesContinue reading “Explore Like a Local – Adventure on Land and Lakes in Inlet, New York”
A loon takes a pause from its search for breakfast to stretch its wings. I loved how the early morning light made the space between the loon’s wing feathers seem to glow. Adirondack Mountains, New York. Prints Available.